Treble Vision For Danish Optician CrossEyes

June 2, 2016

Danish optician CrossEyes, represented by Harper Dennis Hobbs, has completed deals for three new UK stores.

The chain has taken 10 year leases on units at Richmond, Derry/Londonderry and Sheffield at an average size of 700 sq ft. Further locations are under offer as the company expands throughout the UK and Denmark.

The Richmond store located at Golden Court has now opened and The Diamond, Derry/Londonderry and Eldon Court, Sheffield stores will both open in June.

CrossEyes which glazes and fits all its own lenses at a production unit in Denmark, distinguishes itself through a clear pricing policy, limited edition frames and an overall emphasis on design and service.

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